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Brandon really, really, reallllly wants a dog. A big dog, preferably black or brown. But his mother doesn't think this is such a good idea. She thinks that taking care of a dog is a lot of work and too big a responsability for an eight-year-old. Brandon does not agree. After all, he is almost nine years old, and perfectly capable of taking care of a dog. And how much work can a dog be? Then he finds a puppy in the park. He decides to keep it, but his parents and sister must not know about it. Keeping the puppy a secret is more difficult than he had expected. The dog causes some stressful and embarrassing situations. Maybe this was not the best way to get a dog after all?
"I find Brandon a typical 8-year-old, who acts without thinking about the consequences, and ends up finding himself in an awkward situation. I can really feel his longing for a dog, his love for the puppy and his embarassment when the situation gets out of hand."
Information for teachers
This novel is written for real beginners. The repetitive character of the text may seem a little too much for someone who already knows French, but for beginners it is very helpful. It makes the book so much easier to read and understand, and creates a running-gag feeling all along the story.
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|Year of publication:||2013|
|Number of pages:||78 (word list included)|
|Illustrated:||by Robert Matsudeira|